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This Must Be The Place

When:
Mon 8 Oct, 5:30PM-9:15PM
Mon 8 Oct, 9:15PM-9:15PM

Where:
The Brigde Hotel Bendigo
49 Bridge St, Bendigo  3550

Contact:
Lou James
P: (03) 9380 1277
E: [email protected]
W: The Push

Tickets:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ThisMustBeThePlace_RSVP

The Push and Music Victoria are proud to present This Must Be the Place, series of free regional music industry professional development workshops aimed at providing local musicians and their community with a range of tools and valuable information behind social media and online music streaming insights.

Regarded and recognised music industry representatives from Parlour (Platform that allows artists to use data to find their super fans, tour new places and build their community), Bolster (Digital, creative agency for music and live events), The Push (Victorian youth music organisation) and Music Victoria (Victoria’s contemporary music industry peak body) will provide two separate interactive presentations to identify where to effectively tour and how to develop and market a unique brand that is appealing to a musician’s specific audience.

“The way in which artists are able to use data to tour directly to where their fans are situated, as well as engaging and building relationships with audiences through online platforms is something we as a broader industry need to be supporting professional development and a greater understanding of. These workshops will provide artists with a practical insight into this ever-evolving digital landscape.” – Kate Duncan, CEO The Push Inc

This is a rare and exciting opportunity for like-minded individuals from the music community to come together and learn about ways to reach and engage directly with their own fans.

With limited place available, these free intimate workshops will take place between 5.30pm and 9.15pm and are aimed towards musicians, music fans and or music industry practitioners.
Register now at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ThisMustBeThePlace_RSVP

This Must Be the Place is part of the $22.2 million Victorian State Government Music Works program.

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to get in touch with Music Industry Pathways Coordinator Lou James - (03) 9380 1277 / [email protected]
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